tymshft talks about (fraudulent) time shifts
MASH TV SHOW FANS – SPOILER ALERT.
One evening, CBS aired an episode of MASH entitled Death Takes a Holiday. The premise of the story was that Hawkeye, BJ, and Margaret do not want a fatally wounded soldier to die on Christmas Day, and are feverishly working to keep him alive through the day.
As I recall the episode, the patient DOES die near the end of the day – until Hawkeye goes to the clock on the wall and moves the clock hands so that the time is after midnight. This elicits a comment from by-the-book Margaret Houlihan that she had never falsified a U.S. Army document before.
Presumably the U.S. Army of the 1950s did not have DigiStamp.
Simply put, you need proof of what you’ve done and when you did it. Our service provides strong evidence for both.
In fact, we provide uniquely strong evidence.
No one can use our service to produce a false time stamp. Even we can’t produce false time stamps. If someone offered us a million dollars, we still couldn’t produce a false timestamp.
Why not? A DigiStamp timestamp offers you three layers of security:
An audit trail from two independent authorities proving that our equipment does exactly what we say it does.
State-of-the-art software that meets the highest established standards.
Uniquely customized hardware that cannot be tampered with.
Now because of my industry background, I have a tough time with 100.0000000% claims. Ask Brandon Mayfield about 100% accuracy. Any “perfect” system can be compromised in some way, given enough time and money. And DigiStamp addresses the thoughts of people like me.
Of course, an overly optimistic attorney might claim that you paid us to install a corrupt 4758 to start with. But that claim would fail.
I don’t know. Has DigiStamp seen any recent jury decisions?